Lee Weiland

Lee Weiland

Posted on June 11, 2020

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I visit with Lee ‘the Real Ninja’ Weiland, acrobat, fitness & gymnastic club owner/martial artist, abolitionist, reconstructionist and blogger at GospelJitsu.com. We talk about gymnastics, Alaska, ecclesiology, and his article Milk Tyrant Popedoms.

Is Group Economics the Answer, Part 4: Interview with Jovan Mackenzy, Part 3

Is Group Economics the Answer, Part 4: Interview with Jovan Mackenzy, Part 3

Posted on April 9, 2017

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Is group economics the answer to Church Planting in the black community? It is obvious that the black community, specifically in the inner city, there are financial barriers which even affect church planting. Will the practice of group economics help in the restoration of the black community financially and spiritually?

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The Problem of the Gifted Speaker

Posted on June 23, 2020

Written by Stephen Perks

One of the problems facing the Church in the Western world today is the problem posed by the “ministry” of those who are considered “gifted speakers” and consequently idolised by the Church. Stated in its most simple form this is the problem posed by the prioritizing of the personality, charisma, “profile,” popularity, stage presence and ability of the speaker as an orator and entertainer over the content of the message being delivered—in short, the triumph of style over content, the consequence of which has been the creation of an intellectually feeble-minded and theologically malnourished generation of churchgoers who are over stimulated by sentimental and mindless entertainment worship masquerading as spiritual edification.

The problem has a long history, but it is made particularly problematic today by the intellectual dumbing down process that currently afflicts British culture generally and has produced a semiliterate society. That the Church should also have fallen into this ditch is particularly problematic because her role in providing spiritual, moral and intellectual leadership for society is vital to the health of the nation. Without the leadership of the Church the nation cannot recover from its present descent into cultural degeneration and the neo-paganism that is its inevitably accompaniment. While the Church is obsessed with the mindless prioritising of style over content that is vitiating the cultural life of the nation as a whole she will remain useless and irrelevant to society, and therefore unable to provide the leadership that the nation so desperately needs

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Is Group Economics the Answer, Part 3: Interview with Jovan Mackenzy, Part 2

Is Group Economics the Answer, Part 3: Interview with Jovan Mackenzy, Part 2

Posted on March 19, 2017

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Is group economics the answer to Church Planting in the black community? It is obvious that the black community, specifically in the inner city, there is are financial barriers which even affect church planting. Will the practice of group economics help in the restoration of the black community financially and spiritually?

This is part 3 and includes the second part of the interview with rapper Jovan Mackenzy.

Is Group Economics the Answer, Part 2: Interview with Jovan Mackenzy

Is Group Economics the Answer, Part 2: Interview with Jovan Mackenzy

Posted on March 12, 2017

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Is group economics the answer to Church Planting in the black community? It is obvious that the black community, specifically in the inner city, there is are financial barriers which even affect church planting. Will the practice of group economics help in the restoration of the black community financially and spiritually?

This is part 2 and includes and interview with rapper Jovan Mackenzy.

Brian Abshire #2

Brian Abshire #2

Posted on June 11, 2020

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Reconstructionist pastor & veteran Brian Abshire joins Bill in the War Room for a second visit, and talks about church membership, the role of elders, private judgements, ecclesiastical tyranny, and the need for perseverance and a servant attitude when faced with a difficult situation.